VIA-SKA is the name of the project led by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (CSIC) for studying the feasibility of the Spanish Industrial Participation in the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). This project has been funded by the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN) and includes researchers and engineers from the Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Universidad de Granada, Universidad de Barcelona, Universidad Carlos III, Instituto de Física de Cantabria / Universidad de Cantabria, Universidad de Valencia, Centro de Astrobiología and Instituto Astrofísico de Canarias.

This project finished in January 2014 but we will continue providing new information and news about SKA.

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ASKAP produces first spectral line 'data cube'
Public release of the first spectral image cube produced from the test array
The SKA Takes Off With £119M Contribution From The UK
The UK Science Minister, the Rt Hon David Willetts announced funding of £100M (?120M) for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project, speaking ahead of an event at Jodrell Bank Observatory. The emblematic observatory hosts the headquarters of the SKA Organisation, which leads the project. STFC also confirmed that it is investing £19M over the next four years in the SKA project.

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VIA-SKA is a Project funded by MICINN Grant AIC-A-2011-0658